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The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Cage Item. --Officer Granger arrested yesterday afternoon a negro fellow named Bill, slave of Harriet Peck, charged with stealing a black cloth cloak, one shirt, one ladies' skirt and a little girl's dress, the property of Susannah Larmond. Bill was locked up in the lower cage for examination this morning.
but that the drivers grumbled about it and demanded double the amount. Sooner than have any delay in the matter he paid the fellows $40 for the two, but was unwilling to give them double that amount without he was compelled to do so. The city ordinance only allows seven dollars hire for a back to attend a funeral, which is certainly enough.] The following negroes were whipped: Betsy and Fanny Robinson, free negroes, charged with using abusive and threatening language towards Winnie Brown; William, slave of Harriet Peck, charged with stealing one cloth coat, two shirts, and one child's dress from Susannah Larmond; Prosser, slave of Daniel Powell, throwing stones in the street; and William, slave of James Allison, charged with throwing stones in the street — also committed as a runaway. James Engel King, a huckster in the First Market, was fined $50 for violating the market ordinance a in purchasing a lot of chickens and ducks to sell again. The fowls were also confiscated.